4 players who won the Champions League in consecutive years, with two different clubs
The UEFA Champions League is the most prestigious club competition in the world, where European clubs from different countries battle it out to be crowned Europe's best.
In 1992, the European Cup was rebranded into the Champions league and current title holders, Real Madrid remain the only club to have successfully defended the trophy they won the previous year.
For a club and its players to win the trophy in two consecutive seasons is hard enough, but for an individual player to do so with two separate teams is near impossible. Although, there are four players in the modern era of the Champions League who have done just that.
Here we take a look at four great footballers who have won Europe's elite prize in two consecutive years, with two different clubs: